Dr. Nada Milosavljevic is a Board-Certified, Harvard-trained physician and a faculty member at Harvard Medical School. In addition to conventional medicine, she practices Integrative Medicine for cognitive and behavioral conditions. Nada has specialty certifications in Regenerative and Functional Medicine, Medical Acupuncture, Ayurvedic Medicine, and Chinese Herbs. Her training involves the use of evidence-based treatments that include: acupuncture, bio-identical hormone therapies, herbs, nutritional supplements, clinical-grade aromatherapy, as well as light and sound therapy.
She is the Founder and Director of the Integrative Health Program at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). This is a collaborative program with Boston-area school clinics to treat and educate high-school students who suffer from anxiety and stress conditions. Dr. Milosavljevic’s program provides alternative and complementary treatments as well as educational services to teach students various preventative health measures.
Prior to her career in medicine, Dr. Milosavjevic practiced law with a specialty in Intellectual Property. She is a graduate of Notre Dame Law School and practiced trademark law, all aspects of the patent application process, and patent law litigation. In this capacity, it was her involvement with the biotech industry and patenting pharmaceuticals and medical devices that led to her interest in medicine.
Dr. Milosavljevic’s medical practice includes both pediatric and adult patients. Conditions treated include: Brain Fitness and Cognitive Enhancement (i.e., memory, focus, and concentration), Sleep Disorders, Fatigue, Mood Disorders, Anxiety/Stress Conditions, and Anti-aging/Regenerative Medicine for optimal brain health.
Internationally, she is a Board Member of the US Royal Medical Board (RMB) to Serbia, Europe. In this capacity she serves to provide a medical forum for the exchange of academic medical knowledge and to advance medical services, standards, and treatment protocols. The US RMB works in collaboration with Lifeline Humanitarian Foundation, RMB of Serbia, Serbian Ministry of Health, and the World Health Organization.
Further to her expertise in herbal and plant-based treatments, Dr. Milosavljevic is a certified tea sommelier. She uses her training and experience to speak, write, and educate patients, health providers, and the tea industry as to herbal and tea preparations and the wide range of health benefits. In addition, she serves on the Advisory Board of the Specialty Tea Institute (STI).
She is a contributing health/wellness writer for Tea Magazine.